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Sports

  • Brunswick snowboarder wins Sugarloaf Banked Slalom

    Brunswick's Myles Silverman (center) recently won his 14-19 age group in the fourth Sugarloaf Banked Slalom. He missed the overall men's podium by a tenth of a second and wound up fourth out of 150 finalists behind only Olympians Seth Wescott and Ross Powers and X-Game Silver medalist Alex Tuttle...

  • State title for Casco Bay Squirt team

    The Casco Bay Squirt Tier III youth hockey team recently won the state title by edging the Lewiston Gladiators, 2-1, in the title game in Bangor. Casco Bay then advanced to the New England regional semifinals before losing to Connecticut. Front row (left to right): Domin...

  • Falmouth girls win Brunswick tournament

    The Falmouth fifth grade girls' tournament basketball team beat Winslow, Mt. Ararat and Oxford Hills to win the recent Brunswick Rec Department tournament for the second year in a row.

  • Many thrills this winter

    No matter your sport, the winter of 2013-14 delivered. On the hardwood, all four local boys' teams made it to the tournament. In Augusta, Brunswick ousted Mt. Ararat in the Eastern A quarterfinals, then lost to Oxford Hills in the semis. Hyde once again made...

  • South Sports Roundup

    Local runners compete at Nationals Runners from Cape Elizabeth and Scarborough took part in the New Balance Nationals in New York City last weekend. Cape Elizabeth's Liam Simpson finished 12th in the boys' emerging elite two-mile (9 minutes, 33.04 seconds). Scarborough's 800 emerging eli...

  • Many thrills this winter

    No matter your sport, the winter of 2013-14 delivered. Scarborough's girls' hockey team finally got over the hump and did so in emphatic, undefeated fashion. Cape Elizabeth's co-op squ...

  • Casco Bay Hockey teams win titles

    The Casco Bay Hockey travel Pee Wee and Bantam 'B' teams, featuring several players and coaches from Forecaster Country, won championships at the recent Seacoast Hockey League tournament in Rochester, N.H. The Pee Wee team rallied from a 3-0 deficit to beat Oyster River Youth Hockey, from...

  • Two more Yarmouth athletes make college commitments

    The parade to play at the next level continues at Yarmouth High School as two top female athletes recently made their college choices known. Senior Monica Austin, one of the state's premier female golfers, earned an opportunity to attend and play at Division I Elon University in Elon, N.C....

  • Falmouth's Stucker commits to Roanoke

    Falmouth senior I.V. Stucker, one of the state's premier boys' lacrosse players, has committed to attend and play lacrosse at Roanoke (Va.) College. The Maroon is ranked in the top 10 in Division III men's lacrosse.

  • Yarmouth boy wins Hot Shot title

    Yarmouth's Nolan Hagerty (left) tallied 138 points to win the boys' 13-15 age division at the recent Maine Recreation and Park Association/Maine Red Claws Hot Shot competition at the Portland Exposition Building. Yarmouth's Margaret McNeil came in third in the girls' 11-12 division, while Hope Ol...